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Two $32K winning TAKE-5 lottery tickets sold on Staten Island
The New York Lottery today announced there were multiple top-prize winning tickets sold for the March 6 TAKE-5 drawing. This includes two more than $32,000 tickets sold on Staten Island. According to the Lottery,
These New York lotteries were drawn Saturday: Numbers Midday
New York Jets could hold winning lottery ticket as Zach Wilson's draft stock soars
The options are exciting for general manager Joe Douglas, who can trade the No. 2 overall pick for a ransom or select the BYU QB and deal Sam Darnold.
Kansas teen wins $25K on lottery ticket bought for 18th birthday
When she turned 18, Sloan Stanley had a few choices to celebrate her legal adulthood: get a tattoo without parental consent, drive a taxi, skydive.
Will New York's Instant Lottery Ticket App Hurt Convenience Stores?
Convenience stores might see a drop in customers now that mobile gambling apps make it possible to play from home.
$96 million Mega Millions winning ticket sold in New York
Someone in New York has 96 million reasons to smile. A ticket sold in the Empire State matched all six balls in Tuesday night's Mega Millions drawing to win $96 million, according to the lottery ...
Winning lottery ticket worth $57K sold in Buffalo
A winning lottery ticket worth more than $57,000 was sold Monday in Buffalo's Schiller Park neighborhood, according to the New York Lottery. The ticket, the one top-prize winner in Monday's Take 5 ...
Take 5 lottery ticket sold in Tonawanda is second winner this week in WNY
The winning ticket was announced Saturday by New York Lottery. A second winning ticket for the same amount was purchased on Long Island, lottery officials said. Lottery officials also announced that someone bought a winning Take 5 ticket worth more than $61,
5 Outdoor Adventures That Are Like Winning the Lottery
Scoring a permit to one of these spectacular U.S. wilderness areas requires scrupulous planning—or pure chance.
Julius Randle is the perfect New York Knick for right now
But that highlight is probably why some people away from New York haven’t warmed up to the idea of Randle surpassing Porzingis. And they write off those who do see this manifest as merely ‘delusional.